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Natura Cosméticos joins the FTSE4GOOD Index

Natura is now included in the FTSE4GOOD Index. The Brazilian cosmetics maker has announced that FTSE Russell (the trading name of FTSE International Limited and Frank Russell Company) confirmed the company has been independently assessed according to the FTSE4Good criteria, and has satisfied the requirements to become a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series.

Natura's manufacturing site in Cajamar, SP

Natura’s manufacturing site in Cajamar, SP

Created by the global index provider FTSE Russell, the FTSE4Good Index Series is designed to measure the performance of companies demonstrating strong Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices. The FTSE4Good indices are used by a wide variety of market participants to create and assess responsible investment funds and other products.

This achievement underscores our positioning among investors who seek to support the development of more sustainable businesses and reaffirms our ongoing efforts to improve our management practices,” said Natura in a release.

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